Tactile reading has just been made a lot more accessible with the 'Braille Stapler,' developed by a team of Korean designers. Together Park Mihyang, Dong Won Jang, Bae Jungmin and Lee Hansub have made a visually-impaired-friendly gadget, the smallest of its kind, as a brilliant hybrid of a braille board and a braille printer.
Small enough to fit in your palm, the 'Braille Stapler' has six buttons that perform all of its functions including "space" and "insert." Marketed as extremely easy to learn, this pocket-sized implement is one-up on a "sticky note" for the blind.
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